Tech & Science Daily: behind the scenes of Prehistoric Planet

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Prehistoric Planet is available on Apple TV+ (Courtesy of Apple)
Prehistoric Planet is available on Apple TV+ (Courtesy of Apple)

How did the team behind Prehistoric Planet bring to life dinosaurs that are over 66 million years old? We take you behind the scenes of the joint Apple TV+ /BBC production narrated by Sir David Attenborough.

Tech & Science Daily spoke to the series producer, Tim Walker, and animation supervisor, Seng Lau.

They tell us how the series aims to give viewers an immersive, photo-realistic view of ancient Earth and the beasts that roamed it.

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